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For 'Gbotff urniture
f ABHJfflfABLE TAIEOK,
BodacM-Sdito tor $31,
Hotel" BC T
Fort'Strcct, Opposito'CathoHo Church
Miss Kate Woodard
' ) nillf.l .If
1141 Tort' Street. , ;
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
iis iFor- i-u ' ' ' '
' II J " In. y,
FORT sjitKEy,, Jado-ye hoteu
hew .gage; sailors i
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Bolton; Building Fort', Street
All Kinds of Hits' Cleaned' and
No Acids; Used: Work Guaranteed
.J? TURRO, 'Specialist,
1154 ForfStreet.'. Opp. Comvent
' Honolnln. T. H.'
Dry Goods Co.
DRY GOODS .
Evcrythinsr absolutely new and
freih.from therjCoaiti '. .
WAVERLSY- BLKs , .HOTEL ST,
FAHOY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Ghong Co;,
KJnc-St,, Ewa Fiih,. Market '
mm ghong po-
KING STi NEAR BETHEL
Dealen-iri Fnrnittire.' Mattreisei;
to etc All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
(or Gifts at
Wing. On Choiig's,
Bethel 'St.", BetWeen King and:Hotel
IMPORTERSF ORIENTAL' 7
I U GOODS .
041 Nuuann. Street Phone 268
i And Cloth of Al Quality Can ha
I"" Pnrchaied from
n MOOANDLESS BLDG.
P. 0. BoxtQBl, Telephone 931
i', 78 Hotel1 Street
Oriental Meali and- Chon Suej no
itairs.' Occidental Meals downstain,
Open Day and Night
Meat' Market 'and Importers.
Contractor for Building, Stone and
Cemerir-Work,"' Tainting, Papethahc
in;. r '
No. 131fJtiiilHA ST Cor. Kukui,
,.i . Hdnolulu,
Emma Street, above BeMtania
Nev BICYCLES arrived'fof "racing
and general tUe. Prices, $?5. up to
$35, without brakes. "Repairing and
retiring. done, neatly ,
"Fo Sdlo" curds at Dulietln.. .
i -' ' '
The Disease is Pirmanentlv Crnt
flM"!,ms' PI" PI"
. j 5WrWteW'flteniftea
Is Free 76 the Asking.
.,"& We 'whiiIcw from rlipiim'i
tiHiiiiwiir rccoKimoi tho description of a
PE'ilno cam at 'sight.,
lii'tlio faUOttinq ,rln( statement are
vivlillj tloclbol tho symptoms which,
every patient will rrxrmzoaid tho means
lywlneh a .enre'was' Nlccted In this caso
U lescrilod with euiial .fidelity.
.. j'.iu ruuvnii); iroin any lonn oi
rheumatism with l.m of flesh and strmmMi.
anil thinning of the blood, the remedy
that vnl art fflnttA i.a .I...-..-.. 1
Mr. George. 0. Long, a farmer, whose
addrftw is Ilox 4.1, R, F. I). No. 1, Oak.
land, Oin., faju
"H'llPn t r nil! vniit,. T ... .
-- .. . .,...,.. j.'.."k, w .- n
snucrcr from rheumatism fnr ncnrl imt
years. Thn palm worn In inr nix-k ami
back and wore so inlcno that my neck
raa drawn back. My mother wai afraid
that I fnillil 1m itrlnntn tm llfn f l.
C!rttto palp, weak, 'and thin.
j. wtutn-aicu oy doctors ior over a
year and tried numerous remedies hnt
rm-ivrilno benefit. Then my mother iln
ride! tA linn inn irv !! Vl1tA. tllH1.
KIW.- Tls first few Ifnxca )ielw.l mo and
-uvgAu vw nui in ni7ii nuiipirengin. A
Lnnmiltrtt r!fi1 nl .tin .till 'n!al.. '...l
(nn and I havo-never had UiO i-llglitcft
return of the illea.o."
That the ordinary' medical treatment
pf rhcnmalixm arc far from MthfArtory
la.ktiown.by ewry one who has creranfi
ferpd frntll tlin i1aara.t Tnnii)r.nA.M.
lliercfore, the fact that I)r; Williams'
I'ink lillacurn rhetimMkni, aa blmdreils
bfcaaea like' Mr. I)R'a' prove", will lw
weleome newa.' ' 8omo of tlieio cures are
eiven In' otir Ixmklct, "Diseases of the
moon, which will ixs ent lre6 upon
postal canl reniiest.
' Ijr. wnillanw link Pills are also
htI7l.IV flVfimmrMlrlivl fiM 'nlilntMatai t
Rrecn sickness, general debility," arwrmla.
luinmii iiuiuMv, -anu mu aucr-eiiecui oi
mu k11!1 "i levers.
Dr. WilliAm' linlr PIII.'.M .nl.l I.. .11
druRl.t, or will Iks sent, postpaid, on
reccipt-of price, fiO cenui' per' lot; six
V.v. lor -'W,-ny iiio'ir.- Williams
ileilletiip Company, tichenoctaily, N. Y.
, A'wsj's lnlt iion getting tho gemilns
pills which arc sold only In' package
ix-nriiij? win inn iraae-mark, "i)n AVU
liams' i'ink 1'ills forl'alo IVoplo,"
To better introdnee IMS P WAT..
liAOE TART.P. WARTl .Kot-T.l..
wear; in Honolulu, beginning' Wed-
nesaay, june i, we win make a
30 per cent.
On all ourprescnt stock, compriiirig
five exquisite patterns. Every piece
113 HOTEL STREET Phone 512
Your machine will be ready r foi
ou when we say it will be, Wa
lon't experiment on aatosj wt rsmali
iLEXANDWt YOUNG BtnXDDrt)
"The i Bt-Buiitr ,Car. in America''
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD;
u s Agents, i
J - J. Wt KERSHNZK
Auto fire Repairing
U77 Alakea 6L
HONOLULU POWER WAQON C0
W. M. Mlnton, Manager
Offlco rind aarago South Street,
noar-Kine. Ik";cj. t...
he social eeWj
IHE DEMANDS PERPETUALLY
'AND OIVEfJNOTHINO. ,.
pilICltK are women In this world who
may a ppmprlat sly W called social
PKgars. "toi-jf kIvb nothing and ar'
Tpfluall)ilUTnanillhit. , ,
Thoyillve with friends or In boarding
lousea, where thfyj-'cannotirntfrteln,
md nro so laay that they 'MUM rsthcr
rorry alonsr "on'.ijmH;JoWines that
rave them shabbX'and'AiB'no 'money'
of do their sha;rc;':c(Py speaklne.
han go out and, earn decent Incomes.
The social begfaE.roanaets by hook
ficrookito' art' rtmVeTenlnr'a'resi'and
io street ,gown Jtrii will gladly accept
toatoffs), anif sbi'- appears1 In' these
nme draw? until they almost fall
ipart. Bhe Is even too laiy to sew.
Ihe-prefers1 to wait until she can' come
ty a dress easily.
The social beggar' wastes' nr time
irnund people In1 moderate eJrcutn
rtances or workers. She camps In the
ilclnlty of the rich and toadies to them.
They pity her until they nnd out her
rue character,1 but tythat time she Is
eady to move' 'on.- In In .meantime
fney treat her to dinners, luncheons and
iven clothes. The social beggar If; she
loesn'tlnd things cqmlng her way will
iven hint for them. When that falls
fee wilt ask openly.,1
. lfer' greatest' Joy In life Is to obtain
Jdngs freel If shl were even klverrn
iMM'free to the place b'clnW there I
Ittle doubt but'MrhAt she wouli, accept
t. It does' not matter what'lhc' enter
lnment Is, as long as It Is free.
She wastes' no time around peoplo
shn do nothing for her and who are
lot likely to. She can gauge to a nice
.y J'lHt how much sbo can get nut of
peoplo and how much attention she
ik'ii to glye them n return. Bhe has
I' fi,wof chVap'aympethy close to 'the
lurfice; whtch.she'rtmlses when it Is.
pmlltable for' her ludi so, birt when'
iny real Reeling Is demanded if hr her
roving eye and restless manner prove
4ow bored sh Is.
The social beggar Is' out to receive
'rid npt'to give..
1111,0 Juno 10. The reiiort of the
nasaaca'Kv rrineresa of thp amend.
liasiaco by ConKres of the amond-
ments to the land law has caused a
revival of Interest a-nons; the local
county officers In tho plan of tak
ItiK'up' government land In the'vlcln
Uy of lit lo. Some time ago about
flftcu'n, of the county officers filed: n
petition for the opening of lands
near Papalkou. (Now this matter
has been taken up again, but', this
time twenty-nine applicants hare
been found, all of whom; with, n
couple of exceptions, are offlcers ot
tho county. '
These gcilelemcn secured the ser
vices of- Attorney Ashford to draft
for them' a petition In proper form.
This was received' In llllo a- short
time ago, mid a settlement associ
ation was Immediately, formed for
the purpose, ot taking up a block1 of
land, Including the tracts of' Kl
ele, Kawnnul and Kulalmanu,' all at
It seems that in ihe race for land
old enmities' have-been forgotten, for
leaders ot tho three, political parties,
principals In opposing factions, are
found side by side among. tho uppll
cjants. Tho full list of thooppll
cants Is given by the offlcers of the
association as follows:
Supervisor James Lewis; Bupervts
br N. K. Lyman,- Supervisor Stephen
DcBhii, Supervisor W, M. -Kaliowaa,
Sheriff 8am Pua, Auditor 'C. K. Ma
gulre. Deputy County Attorney W.
II, llcen, County Clerk John Kal,
Clerks In tho County Offices David
Kwallko, Arcblo llapal, Earl Wil
liams, lien Drown Jr., Eugene Ly
man, P. A, Victor, Wtn. K. Kalalwaa
and Goorge Desha; Court Stenogra
pher M. M. Springer, Court Clerk
W. 'Itagsdaie, Clerk In the Water
works Office Harry llapal, Hoard of
Health Inspectors Joe Caccres nnd
C. I). Lyman, John Kalll, Vasco Oso
rlo, George Desha Jr., Harry Naope,
Harry Drown, George Akau and
John Kakae? '-
The Innds Yeferred to, at Kalekle,
Include J,tl'aer?s' ,whlchr aro now
under leaso.and !22acrKi,'hIch are
pot under lease,'' ThertpTire 347
acres In the Kulalmanu tract, while
there are'l'Vc acres avuliablo lh the
Kawalnuttratt, the' rest of that land
haVIng" blUB-Vlit aside fdr forestry
,: A peculiar point of tho applies.
Don lies In tho fact that It bus bcoh
made In the, form or a settlement, as
sociation, and Is stlll'suppoeed to be
In conformity .wlthHhe' new amend
ments, which have done away with
the settlement association' ptan, ac-
'cprdlng to the 'land authorities who
ought In be well, posted on' the sub
ject. Another peculnrlty Ilea In tho
fart that thn' lands am wanted In
one bin:!,', whereas thn tract, named
are, In fact, separated from each
qthcr by several miles;
'' lu the "meantime 'the county onV
flONOUJLO, t. ft.. TUESDAY, .tUN'ft
Smart Cherry Hat
"-. .&i ife vBt?32osPlBspr "'5 B f
ipillS little cherry hat llluslratea the popularity of the upturned brim arxlittasl
x large Hat velvet how, Tho hat Is blue, and the cherries are black whit
and red " ' I
Of Interest' to' W
j VALUE- OF EXERCISE,
f "N'cxt to', bodily' cleanliness, exf-rrlse
may' be reckoned aa the greateit aid to
1 beauty.- In fact, exercise ls-nlmni nee-
issarj- to cleantlrioas," for It is 'a great
" Incentive to perspiration, whci Is n.vjclothes are rinsed. The borax. should
' turVs way of throwing out 'the Impurl- be dissolved In a little hot water before
I ties of tho body to tho5 surface of thei It la nddwl to' the rinsing water. .
I skin, which are then removed by 'the! To renovate the brass on an Irorr.twd
use uf soap and Wnter, Open air exer-
i else should be taken everyday, bill ac-.
cording to atrrngth. Ono should return low it to boll or It will become-too
hbme' af(e vaIkln.'lrldthif''or" v'ellngj sticky to use. Apply with a flne'.plec
with n ienss' of belnc ple'Axfintly fa-l'iif llannel, only doing a little at a. time
tlgued, but wllliout. any feeling of
hnusllon. Exercise ehould be taken reg ;
uisriy, anu,it possinin uiimouclls siiouiii
be used night and morning The cnr-i the tap,, for It has been In a lead or
set should not be worn whllo exercls- nm pPfl nu night and Is therofore un
Ing with dumbbells. Skipping Is also! wholesome, ThU caution should be I
an execllcnt cxcrclso for the figure. I memhered, whether' the water Utaba
OlJltoothbriislres are verycusefnl for
washlni nut the' comers f w;lndw-
r'a'ncs pr cracks In furnlliTn whirs a
large brush will not go.
A ,rlp ot cnrlet gluel to a piece of
,wm rfmw mU(, fron,. j, V(.ry
auCmr- and without the'slfgtttst In-
clals are not the-only ones who nro
having nn eye ut for the fruitful
Kalele lands, for..u- number of Por
tuguese, most'of them llvlng'nt Pa
palkou, filed, applications for that
tract a short "tlmo ago. Individual
applications wcro filed by the fol
lowing: Manuel Aa Dlas Jr., Ilenry
de" Pdlva, James de llego, J.- P. Pi
mental, John Arrudux, M. Cordelro
Jr., M S. Pacheco, Joaquin Carvnl-
ho, M.' P. Mnttos, J. C. de Agulnr.
M. A. Medolros, Manuel Medelrna, A.
F. Jesus, M a. Comacho, M. P.
Thomas, 11 de Mattos, Chas. do
Pulva, J. Goiik.iIvcs, J, do Orncllas,
Luther de Curiha, Mara de Cunha,
Ilequella. de Cunha; Caesar de Cunha,
These applicants want thirty acres
each. The men glvo their occupa
tions as follows: 1 teacher, I stu
bleboyj 1 bookkeeper, 1 salesman, 1
barber, and I clerk. The? two wo
men give their occupations as house
keepers. In addition to theso appli
cations have: been filed, h)m forvKs-
Itle lnnds, by" Manuel Puerto,' Jules
Calvalhb'.V Manuel d'Aguiur, A'ntone
Medelron Jr, Frank Vasconcellos and
jdanuel Pedro. . .
The-full text of the'. petltlon,Jglv.
Ing the names1 of ' the-ofllcers of the
association and outlining what Is
llllo, ltawali, June,' 10 10.
To the Honorable' Marston CumpbeH,
Commissioner of Public Lands for
tho Territory of Hawaii,' Honolu
Sir: The undersigned, being cit
izens ot the United States, each be
ing over the nge.of'18 years, und
under no disability for any offense,
nor delinquent In. the payment of
taxes, who, have not made a false
declaration or declarations In apply.
Ing for land under Chapter 22; of the
Revised Laws of the Terrntory of
Hawaii" (190."), or of any act or
Congress, or ot the Legislature 0(
saiu icrruory, nmenuaiory uioreuii
and none of whom are owner orown
era In their' own' right, ot any agri
cultural land nnt classed us wet
land; nor any pastoral land, 111 tlio
said Territory; nor'nu applicant or
applicants forf un other' Interest In
land unaer sum cnapter, noreuy re,
spectfully represent that they have
fdrmod themselves into a settlement
association, under tho provisions ot
said chapter.iaud especially ot Sec
tlon 329' Of "said Revised Laws, in
said chapter; that tho name of said
association, ndnpted by th" under
signed, ns members thureof, la "Ko
nil puis u Settlement Association":
thnt ltn, otticors' and-tlielr respective
addresses are as follows:
President, . C. K. Magulre, llllo,
Huwaltj vice-president, Earl-H. Wll-
mmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmm '"' - IV
i inn in ih inihf.r"ftnd la much bMter
than the usual brush. ,.,;;' I
When darning, It stockings ar ranch'
worn, draw the hol.'s slightly toglhrl
nrst with sewing cotton. This say'J
lot of wool and also keeps the stock-j
logs In shape. $ I
To whiten linen add a spoonful. .ofl
biirax to' thn last water In whtrb white
utend put n little vinegar In a small
aaucepan. I.et It get hot, but da nof'al
ex-.nnd polishing quickly,
Avoid nillng kettles In the morning
Wi tho nrst water that comaaifrom
txillW or not.
To brighten tins and other utensfls
put' them all !n the wash boiler' with
plenty o tx-'llng water and a llbetml
"...ti for twenty minutes, then leave'Jn
the water for about two hours. At'Un
1Bi, ,,,( tlm they will be. when
washed brlgirt and new looking; O
Hams, llllo, Hawaii; socretary, .N. K,
Lyman, llllo. Hawaii; assistant sec
retary, A. A. llapal, llllo, Hawaii;
treasurer, V. A. Victor, llllo, Ha
waii; executive committee, John Ki
Kal, W. II. Heen. Samuel K. Pun,
David Ewallko, nil ot llllo, Hawaii,
And , snl'd settlement nssoclntlon
hereby respo:tfully applies to you,
as such. Commissioner of Public
Lands,, for tho allotment and deliv
ery of possession to Its members re
spectively, of holdings, tracts and
parcels of public land In one block',
that Is to say, In those tracts of land
situated In the district of South
llllo. In the county of Hawaii, and
known by the names of Kawalnul,
The character of holdings hereby
applied for Is that of rlght-of-pur-chafe
lenses for tho several members
of said association, of areas within
tne tract coinpriseu uy mo ihiiuu
above nnmed; and It Is proposed,
subject to your approval, that tho
asrlgnment of holdings to the respec
tive members ot said association
shall, be made by lot, or by such'
other' plan as shall be adopted by
said association nnd communicated
The1 size nnd extent of the respec
tive holdings hereby applied for Is
the largest urea, In each caso, whlqhj
tlio law, at tno time at maxing suqn
allotment, will permit to be allotted
to the members of said association
respectively; provided, that If said
described tract of land sliull prove
of Insufficient urea of first'class ag
ricultural land to furnish the under
signed applicants with tho' largest
area permitted by law In the prem.
Ises, then nppllcntlon Is made ou
behalf of each nt the undersigned,
for tho allotment to them respec
tively of such nrst-clasg agricultural
land in approximately equal iirfjia to
each; and for the allotmentftd'each
of the underslgnod, on Addition
thereto, of such acres ot land ot In
ferior quality, within said tract, as
will It practicable, make up to. fheso
applicants respectively for the dim
inution of tholf respective allot
ments of such first-class agricultural
land, below tho highest limit per
mitted by luw.
Yon are further respectfully In
formed, as hereunder, of tho respec
tive ages, nationalities, occupations
and domestic conditions of thp sev
ernl memhers of this association
who hereby apply for such nllof
montH an aforesaid; ruid It Is re
spectfully requested that you will,
without unecessary delay, cause said
tract of laud tn bo surveyed In tutu
substantially In accordance with this
application, atid tliereatter, without
. h 1
W A IN i fcJ
( ...." WAHTIB I LUl' 10 UT
Ambitious men and women to pre
pare for better positions and larg
er salaries. Apply tor list of
positions to HaWhllan .Agency oi
the International Correspondence!
School, at 1139 Port street.
A small furnished cottage In cool
locality, or furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, for refined
gentleman and wife. Reasonable
Everybody to use the large nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets' of good' paper
for five cents, at this offlco. tf
Gentleman to Join two others In es
tablished bachelors' quarters; rea
sonable cost of living. Apply
"123," Dulietln office.
Hussion Journalist wants n partner
with some, money to open n Rus
sian newspaper, 876 King street,
S. Dushewsky. 4S40-St
Clean wiping rags at the' Dulietln
Neat sewing girls, also an appren
tice, at Madame Lambert's, Har
rison block, llcrctanla and Fort
streets. , 4C41-3t
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matile, 1457 AuldLane; Tel. 1C64.
Automobile curtain between St. An
drew's church and Fort ltuger.
Ilcturn to Auto L'tvory.
White and liver-colored pointer;
white ears; one month old. Ho
ward It left nt Orpheum Saloon,
Fraternity pin with pearls. Name
on back. Reward It returned to
tit's office. 4637-lw
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 7.991 Young Hotel Stand;
Chai. Reynolds. 4540-tf
Ttnttnrsr Employment AMOc&tToa7
Maunakea near Assl Theater. Call
up.' phone 697 It you. want a couix
good boy. or servants.'
fee ilng, "tee-Plumber and Tbumlth.
, Jhnlth.Bt., bet: Hotsl'and Paushl.
Pfano taught In six months; S3 a
month (8 lessons). Special atten
tlon'lo adult beginners. "Music,"
this odce, 4622-18t
Mrs: Hodgson. Experienced' Teacher
1'iano ana Hinging, nest memoes;
rapid progress. Thorough train
ing. All ages. Btudlo, 236 King
street, opp. Hawaiian Electric
W. KaTl! Vincent
Prof, of Musio" Lessons in Sini
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. ues
dence and Studio, 1650 Emma St,
Dr. P. SCHURMANN
" Corner Union and'Beretanla Its:
House Consulting, 3-3 9. m; lat-
iiruRTi excepted, upeniiBc; oii
a. m., I '6 ? a.'
A. B, BOWAT. D. V. B.
HOUBS-Club Stablest 10 a.
to 12 m,; 3 to 5 p. m., Besidenoe:
b toiu a. m.t 1 to .a d. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
delay, allotted to us as above prayed
for. ' ,
, Respectfully submitted,
KKKUPULAU SBTTLliMENT A8S0
Ily C. K. MAaUIRE,
Uy N. K;'LYMANi
KEKUPULAU SETTLEMENT ASSO-
Uy Its' individual members, as
hereinafter by them respectfully
written, that Is In f)'. names.
A eal'lpgrnm was rccoltvrf yi'slordny
nnnoiinclnir tho death of Mrs, ,Men
ilonsu, wife of Dr. U A. MomloiHa of
,HirlnglU'hl, Illinois, and slstor of Mis.
J, I). Marques nnd Mrs. J. II. Freltas
ot this city.
' - " ' o " Jm
Furnished residence on the' beach In
Kaploliinl I'nrk, tor it period of
three months, beginning after thu
22nd Inst, Terms, etc, addrcsK
P.O. Dot No. 226. 1040-lw
A choice place nt tho Walpahu Ex
change, where motorists to units
Iwn, Ewa, etc., can get finest
liquid refreshments and tobacco
al Honolulu .prices. ICIStf
Furnished rooms cool and pleasant
In private family. Apply Mm,
K. L. Schmidt, prop., Alapal St ,
No. 1038, near King. 4623-tf
Clean furnished rooms; $1.50 week,
COc. night. 1281 Fort street.
Furnished cottage nnd housekeeping
rooms, Cottage Grove. Phone' 1087.
Two furnished rooms. Apply." Jr.
D. McDonnell, 122S Emma It,
BOOMS AND BOARD.
Comfortable homo (with' full board)
for ono or two' gentlemen. Pleas
ant location; terms very moder
ate. Apply "M. A. 0.", caro Bul
Cool fuTntlhsd rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1834
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4460-tl-
Flrst-clasa" apartments, with board,
The MikJonnld, 1402 Punnhbu.
Special rates for table bo'ard.,
Phono 1113. 4641Mf
Neatly .furnished rooms and board,
1C30" Emma street, opposite Royal
School. Mrs. AUnte' Qabe, prop.
NIcely-furnlshcd rooms, for couples,
with' bbard. In private family. Ap
ply 136C King street. 4624'tf
Several hundred ot the latest and
boat Victor phonograph records,
at one-half original cost, u'uaran'
teed good as new, May be tried
out on our Auxetopl.one at any
time between play hours. Apply
Art Theater (Da'lley A Lawson)..
The Tranoo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing neces
sary ln sending out bills or re
ceipts' "Dulietln Publishing Co.,
sole agonti for patentee. tf
Ford-runabout, Just overhauled and
"painted) In first-class condition.
A bargain. Address "V. V. N.".
this office. 4639-lw
20 shares In business firm In' this
city. Paying good dividends. Full
particulars by addressing' "253,"
Remington typewriter, In good con
dition. Address "O. W. A."' Dul
ietln office. 4GI3-tf
360 cocoa nuts tor sale; ISc to 2Co
each. Some sprouted; others ready
to sprout. Inquire 1160 dulfck
. avenue; 4631-lit
Gasoline launch, two outrigger ca
noes and fish nets for1 sate cheap.
Address F. Johnson, HodouIIuII.
A. D. Chaso piano In good condition.'
Address "M. P.", this office.
Diamonds and Jewelry, bbught,"a.sot4
and exchanged. J, Carlo,, Fort Bt,
Inter-Island and Oann Railroad shlp
plnr books, at Dulietln office, tt
.Fine chickens' for sale,
The Expert Clothes Cleaning Co.
Goods called for and delivered.
, 1127 Fort St., opp, Club Stables.
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No; 4 'Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea, 6C 'Clothes
called tor and delivered.
Tom Carpenter Plastering, 'cement
work ot. all kinds; sldewallfsr'n''
specially, Lowest pou'lhe .prices.
Residence,' I234d Emma' Placo,
For-the Victor Talking
BEIGSTROK'MUSIO CO.. LTD.
AND. OTHER PIANOS
Tliayer Piano Co.
106 Hotel St. Phone 218.
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